Michael J. Handschuh

Michael J. Handschuh is a PhD student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Department of The Ohio State University, having received his BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 and 2013, respectively. Handschuh is a Graduate Research Associate with the Gear and Power Transmission Research Laboratory.  (Bio last updated 2015-07-01 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)

Articles by Michael J. Handschuh

  • Impact of Indexing Errors on Spur Gear Dynamics (July 2015)
    A transverse-torsional dynamic model of a spur gear pair is employed to investigate the influence of gear tooth indexing errors on the dynamic response. With measured long-period quasi-static transmission error time traces as the primary excitation, the model predicts frequency-domain dynamic mesh force and dynamic transmission error spectra. The dynamic responses due to both deterministic and random tooth indexing errors are predicted.